Nathaniel Abraham facing more charges after Saturday arraignment
Bond set at 100K
PONTIAC, Mich. – Nathaniel Abraham is facing more charges after being arraigned this weekend at the 50th District Court in Pontiac.
Abraham was convicted of murder at age 11, making him the youngest murderer in Michigan's history.
He is accused of selling drugs to undercover officials, who returned around 9 p.m. Thursday with a drug team to arrest him, officials said.
Abraham was arraigned Friday afternoon in Farmington Hills on some of the drug charges.
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On Saturday he was charged with 5 counts of delivering methamphetamine. Each count serves as a 20 year felony. Because of his criminal history each count will serve as a 40 year felony, Abraham's attorney James Galen Jr. told Local 4.
Abraham was also charged with maintaining a drug house. His bond was set at $100,000 and he will be required to wear a tether if bond is paid.
His probable cause hearing is scheduled for March 12 at 1:30 p.m., and his preliminary exam is scheduled for March 19 at 9 a.m., his attorney said.
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